Definitions

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  • adj. Confined to a couch, or refusing to move from it.

Etymologies

couch +‎ bound (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I kinda need to step back from social media - always a temptation when you're couchbound - and get some work done.

    Tew's Day!

  • Thirty degree drop in just a few days, so I am couchbound watching Dexter Season 3.

    Balloon Juice » 2009 » September

  • I've been couchbound for yesterday and it's looking like today, too.

    Everything and Nothing

  • Crying foul, some fans have become couchbound financial coaches, fretting that clubs will have a hard time paying their debt or affording new players.

    How Iceland's Financial Meltdown Wound Up in British Soccer, Midfield

  • They're fans, but they're not silent, couchbound consumers of media.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • The songs on the latest, The Fallen Leaf Pages (Merge), find a single midtempo groove and unpack every corner of it; it's a perfect sound track for either the predawn hours after a party or the hungover, couchbound Sunday afternoon that follows.

    Chicago Reader

  • This applies especially to "depression" - a term I air-quote because it's enormously imprecise abouit not just degree and duration of symptoms -- that is, whether you're sad for a few days or in couchbound despair for years -- but also about the biological and neural dynamics involved.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • It might've been no big deal to the former MER CEO 24 hours ago, but now that he's unemployed, this exactly the sort of stuff that'll get the currently couchbound* John Thain to lean forward** in his sweats, almost spilling his glass*** of Sunny Delight, tell his buddies

    Dealbreaker

  • Into this world steps sportswriter Scott MacDonald, a couchbound "archeologist, combing the cultural ruins" of the 1960s and the abandoned kayaking glories of his youth.

    CANOE Money

  • We need fewer couchbound, beer drinking, big screen watching, arrogant "Norms" taking misplaced pride in the acheivement of a handful of freaks (pampered within an inch of their lives by government money) and more "local heroes" out there swimming, running and riding regularly.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

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